22 mars 2018

Game Studies

Game Studies
The first issue of Game Studies launches, an online journal dedicated to the study of computer games. There is a strong connection between gaming and education, a connection suggested by several of the articles in this issue looking at the development of story lines in online games. More...

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VNET5

VNET5

VNET5 is a European organization that supports user centered product creation. You have to sign in, but once you do you will have access to a wide range of resources that will help you with product vision, validation planning, user requirements, iterative design and evaluation, and user acceptance. More...

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The Science of Education

The Science of Education

Can there be a science of education? I argue that it is possible, in principle, but that various factors prevent the evolution of what is now an art into a more rigorous discipline. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, July 10, 2002 [Refer][Research][Reflect]. More...

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Sloan-C View

Sloan-C View

The Sloan Consortium has launched a new online publication, Sloan-C View, covering topics in the field of online learning. More...

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Conceptual Links Trump Hyperlinks

Conceptual Links Trump Hyperlinks
Like other studies of this sort, this review of the surfing habits of 40 people should not be thought as statistically significant, but it raises some interesting design possibilities. According to the authors, the people surveyed do not employ a spatial metaphor when describing the contents of a web site: they relate pages according to their conceptual content. More...

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Arctic Mission

Arctic Mission
This production by the National Film Board of Canada will allow students to become 'virtual crew' of an Arctic exploration vessel as it traverses the North-West passage. Beginning a series of educational activities, 'Arctic Mission in the Classroom' and 'Live from the Sea' will be available on the Website starting in September 2002. More...

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Deep Linking Lunacy

Deep Linking Lunacy

Coverage and commentary of a Danish court's recent decision declaring that deep linking is illegal. The message of the piece is that the Danish ruling will not stand, and I have to concur. More...

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E-learning, Online Learning, Web-based Learning, or Distance Learning

E-learning, Online Learning, Web-based Learning, or Distance Learning
While readers will find this article interesting as an attempt at a taxonomy of some of the terminology employed in various forms of distributed learning, they should not take this article as the final word on the subject. More...

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A Field Guide to Learning Objects

A Field Guide to Learning Objects
It's bad enough trying to read this bulky PDF file on the 24K connection available to me here in Memramcook. But it's worse when I go through the agony - stalling everything else on my computer in the process (Acrobat Reader is a resource hog) - only to find that the content is not what I expected. More...

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TOOL: The Open Opinion Layer

TOOL: The Open Opinion Layer

A fascinating concept. From the article: "This article explores the development of a distributed open opinion layer, which is given the generic name of TOOL. More...

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